Ninety minutes at The Rosson House Museum.
This fully restored home built in 1895 provides a glimpse into the lifestyles of early Phoenix families. Located in downtown Phoenix in what is now Heritage Square, the Rosson House still stands on its original foundation. It is named for Dr. Roland Rosson and his wife, Flora, who were the original tenants (along with their children). Docentled tours are conducted Wednesday through Sunday and last approximately an hour ($4-$9). Tour all areas of the home, viewing furniture and items of the era. With any remaining time, stop by the nearby Handcrafted, a space designed to allow visitors to experience pre-electric technologies. 113 N. Sixth St., 602.261.8063. www.heritagesquarephx.org
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